Young Pathologists' Section Liaison Program

The YPS Liaison Program consists of active TSP Junior Members that represent 10 different pathology programs from across the state. Each YPS Liaison serves a two-year term, with oversight by the YPS Chairs. 

Purpose of the YPS Liaison Program:
  • Increase awareness of the Texas Society of Pathologists (TSP) and of the YPS
  • Recruit new members
  • Serve as ambassadors to residents/fellows at local university
  • Strengthen and complement existing outreach activities in TSP
  • Increase involvement of young members
  • Facilitate two-way communication

YPS Liaison Time Commitment

  • YPS Liaison Orientation (held via conference call)
  • Participation in at least two TSP board meetings a year (Liaisons do not have voting powers on the TSP board.)
    • January – TSP Annual Meeting
    • August – held in conjunction with YPS Retreat
    • Additional TSP Board meetings may be held throughout the year, as determined by the TSP Board of Directors
  • Attend at least one YPS business meeting a year
  • Occasional phone calls/emails to individual residents/fellows and TSP members
  • Submit a brief survey at the conclusion of term about experience with the program

YPS Liaison Description of Duties

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for the 2023-2025 Academic Year

Nicholas Choe, MD, MPH
Brooke Army Medical Center - San Antonio

Paula Binsol, MD
Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - Temple

Taryn E Cazzolli, MD
UT Health San Antonio - San Antonio

Hafiz A Ghani, MD
UTMB - Galveston

Lianna Goetz, MD
M.D. Anderson Cancer Center - Houston

Adelaide Kwon, MD
UT Southwestern - Dallas

Alyssa Mathew-Joseph, DO
Baylor University Medical Center - Dallas

Meg Parham, MD, MA
Baylor College of Medicine - Houston

Ricardo Pascual, MD
Houston Methodist Hospital - Houston

Daniel Rivera, MD
UT Houston - Houston